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Ziegler Leadership Forum discusses diversity, culture, inclusion

On Thursday, February 22nd, the Office of Student Life and Engagement and the student leadership committee held the Ziegler Leadership Forum. The forum’s theme this year was inclusion and diversity. Emily Rendleman said “I really liked the theme inclusion and diversity. I wish I had been more present a year ...

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Top 10 Reasons to go see Black Panther

It is more than “just a movie.” Think of any movie that you have ever seen that had Black people in it. What role did that Black actor or actress play? They were either the best friend to the hero/heroine who was white, or the drug dealer. If it was ...

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Gen Z is not the worst gen yet

Kelsey Story | Contributing Writer Each generation is different, and we experience all the changes and challenges the world offers. However, not all people appreciate the new things of today. Right now, it seems some older generations are criticizing or pointing out the ways and behaviors of the newer generations. ...

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Govs Defeat TSU on the Road

The Govs traveled to Nashville to do battle with The Tennessee State Tigers on Thursday, Jan. 18, where they earned their fourth win the Ohio Valley Conference by a score of 75-59. The Govs were lead in scoring by Brianne Alexander with 16 points. Alexander also finished with seven total ...

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Trump is helping the military

101st Airborne is once more getting sent overseas to fight what seems to be a never-ending war. Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers and children are getting deployed out. As you say goodbye to your loved ones for the time being, you are spreading yourself thin with worry, wondering if President Trump ...

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Healy signs new contract

APSU Football Head Coach Will Healy signed a 4-year contract that will keep him as the man behind the helm of APSU Football’s rise on Thursday, Dec. 21. Healy’s new contract will collectively total $860,000 over the four year span. Healy will earn $200,000 in 2018, $210,000 in 2019, $220,000 ...

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